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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WAV flffi DAILY HERALD May de tho Dally Telegraph will bu serious that any government has had tii faro involving the mention of Its in Tho paper Is convinced Hint ilio minister spoke lu perfect tfood fultli when hey made Hie statements which General Maurice contradicts mid bnllcves they merely repeated Infornmtloh supplied by their military j The Dally Tplegrflffli ln lloves the country has complete anil justifiable confidence In the Govern but adds There is no doubt Unit the lead by As regards the time ns ripe for it to accept the responsibility of It IS for the House of Commons to The alternative Govern ment would be an exclusively radical The Dally Mail also strongly sup ports Premier Lloyd George and says lie debate on AsqnlthH motion will afford him the needed opportnn ily attempt to bring about a parliamentary It remarks when General Maurice wnid that no soldier had seen his lie did that no politician had seen Tills Daily Mail coupled with AsnuiUis manoeuvres in on Tues suggests that the old gang be lieves it has found a weapon which will destroy the Wo believe these infatuated partisans have made one more The nation no confidence in the discredited and dilatory politicians and their pacifist who were driven from office some eight eon months Th Dally Graphic says As qulths Intervention indicates that the political truce is now at We must anticipate A new struggle centering around the question of the Premiers Cenauret Tho Conservative MorningPost says that the Premiers own act brought the Government to the pres ent serious He it de to take the advice the Germans took advantage of thft situation and the Premier threw the blame on the The Post adds The hand of Nemesis is now stretched Lloyd George will need all his nimbleness to avoid being cracked on the wheel of He has had his chance and lias proved himself unfit for the work in Hut nobody can rejoice who consid ers the at tlie prospect The radical is opposed to the rejoices that the Government will hot accept the Asqulth motion but will treat it as a vote of censure so that Parliament on Thursday must take a decision in volving the life of the The Daily News adds The course of the government in months past has created inthe public mind a condit ion of disquiet and distrust which is a menace to the Attacks Maurice General Maurice is attacked by the Dally Express which hopes and be lieves that the government will dis pose of this mares nest in such an unmlstakeable manner that the un restricted warfare which lately has been an tinedlfying feature of political life will The Times editorially urges the gov ernment to stand firmly on their pro posal of a judicial inquiry into the statements of General While not attacking the the pap er says Maurices challenge is one no government can afford to ignore or merely Unless and until it is it will profound ly shake public confidence in every statement of the government and re vive viiose mlschevious controversies of last winter which were the great est stumbling block in our prepara tions for tho German The matters In the Times cannot ba settled by an exparto apparently con from the The premier may have an unan swerable case against the charges of General It but the Inevitable restrictions in a speech on military a growing public distrust of all official stato nients whether by generals or minis and Uie premiers own Incurable habit of protesting too much makes it hopeless to expect any end of this controversy except through an entire ly disinterested the Hkln of his He turned against but later came There IH forgiveness for you oven though you may have denied your Lord If you will repent and turn The powers of HeaVen Anil earth mot In Pilate and They will moot agnln in the last Judgment heaven pronounces the last What Mesus will do with you In that great dny Is de termined by what you do with Jesus In thlB The sermon for tonight will Does the Moral Man Need Christ Fngan will sing another her beautiful Tomorrow night the will speak on Men of LEAVING FERNIE Have Had Good Min ers Postpone Matter of Single Shift Special to flu May The three weeks series of evangelical meetings which were held and conducted by Robinson and assisted by 1 Nlckol and Miss with the j musical part of the closed last night with a very large degree of success to the cause of religion and One hundred and forty people signed card 51 preferring the Methodist 3D going to tho Presbyterian and the others go ing to the Army and the Church of Robinson gave several illus trated lectures which were most In teresting and Instructive to his aud Craig and Nlchol left last Thursday to prepare for a series of meetings to be held in and Robinson and Miss Nivln loft this going by way of the Great Northern Rail way to from whence will return to Maple Creek at the end of this Shaw has been invited to return to Kernlo for another year and will leaving for the which meets in Wesley next Koot enay District meeting is being held In Cranbrook this tho ministers of tins district will be in session tomorrow and next Single At a mass meeting of Gladstone Local last it wan decided to the project of insisting upon a single day shift at the Coal Creek As a result of the hustling of Pre sident of the Fernio Great War Veterans Association the provincial convention of that body will be held in Fernie some time during he The Returned Soldiers Club here has been receiving much ajd in the Work of furnishing and maintaining its club rooms and the boys are gradually fitting up a cozy and com fortable place for the returned boys to while away tho OF EVANGELIST The revival mooting of the Chris tian Church was woil attended last night and two more wuro added to tha Evangelist Fagan deliv ered a stlrine uioasaga on Pilates Than Shall 1 Do With Jesus Who is Galled Christ He said in part This Is a personal and unavoidable Jesus IB a living personality who crosses tho path of each LiUo somo try to remove DID by finding fault wi tho nr tlui or with somii old This Is a personal question and must In given a personal There lire only two possible answers to ultliur for or agalnd There Is no neutral Pllitto goes down in history as tho man who and it was simply lie decided against Why Una the name Judas couiu io be a hiss nil a byword Because hu 1siur wus saved by May anniversary service of the Institutional were conducted by the of on May The attendance at both services wag large and Burns preached two able and powerful At the morning service the Junior choir sang a beautiful anthem A Volunteer for and In the evening tho senior choir open ed the service with the anthem Every Hour We Need and also sang immediately after the taking of tho Tha services from every point of view were very successful and Cole man will welcome Burns back On Monday evening the anniversary supper was held served in the supper was serv ed by the Ladies Auxiliary and every one was highly satisfied with the good A program was given from S and although the talent of Cole man bus been greatly it was delightfully surprising the amount that Ttie program was well sustained and most of the items were Tho Ladles Auxiliary was enrich ed by over sixty Tho Allan is doing good work In all the depart ments of tho church are In splendid working PULP INDUSTRY IN May pre diction that within a faw yours Brit ish Columbia will recolvo an income of between forty million and fifty million dollars a year from the pro duction of pulp pnd paper was made in an interview by George president of the Seaman Paper of New York and and director of The Whulen Vulp and Paper Van I can see a most wonderful future for this industry he said Tim Rreat development of rills will como when tha war is When British Columbia ib able to Ket coastwise rates through the Pan ama Canal to the for ilH product it will up to British ihut Ws pastErn uiarkm ami 1 turn Off the opinion that British IolumWu pulp and other forest pro ducts will be carried to the fiaatern seaboard ut as favorable rates as fi E 0 H a H 0 m H H REALITY HIS may be your Or your neighbors Who ever he may he is a Canadian lad of priceless worth This grim picture of a suffering Canadian spldier is only too real For it is drawn from a story told by the Everywhere that Canadian generosity makqs possible its indispensable the is straining every giving even unto reach and help Canadian soldiers Write the cheque te Fund 9 Canada WSdc Appeal Here are a few examples of the large sums For marquees and equipment in for free athletics and comforts in for service to soldiers on The gladly sends complete financial statement to If people only knew what the means to fellows over they would swamp you with writes a soldier Wont you let your cheque be a generous one Many Give their Can Give their Money National Young Mens Christian Association Headquarters 120 Bay Toronto JOHN ROSS Montreal WARBURTON Toronto National Chairman of Red Triangle Fund Campaign Mail to Treasurer of TriMtfU at foot of thU National Director of Red Triangle Fund Campaign g ffo Red Triangle Fund m H H Lethbridge Campaign Committee Chairpnan Treasurer Secre tary Cameron Wallace Freeman Dunlop Harry Campaign j Dear I Enclosed find sum of to be applied at contribution towards lervice I to of See of thU I ;